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ID31866231Published Date2020-03-01JournalPhysiology & behavior, 2020-03-01, Volume 215
Numerous studies have reported seasonal variations in regional morphology in the brains of seasonally breeding vertebrates. These alterations of neuronal morphology and dendritic spine density appear to be an active process within specific brain nuclei that regulate seasonal behaviors. In many cases, this neural plasticity has been found to be in response to changes in circulating sex steroid hormone levels and occur within pathways essential for the control of reproductive behaviors. Male re…
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ID31951111Published Date2020-01-16JournalJournal of experimental zoology. Part A, Ecological and integrative physiology, 2020-01-16
The red-sided garter snake exhibits a dissociated reproductive pattern, mating at a time when their gonads are quiescent and circulating sex steroids, initially reported to be low, have been found to be elevated during the breeding season. However, the only cue identified that initiates courtship behavior and mating in the red-sided garter snake is an extended period of low-temperature dormancy (LTD) followed by exposure to warm temperatures. In this study, we examined a possible association …
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ID31557689Published Date2019-11-01JournalJournal of communication disorders, 2019-11-01, Volume 82
Studies over a 40 year period have reported inadequate education and counseling for persons with laryngectomy; however, several long-term trends, including centralization of laryngectomy surgeries in major teaching hospitals, the rise of the internet, and the increased use of the tracheoesophageal prosthesis (TEP) for voice all have the potential to improve this situation. This study investigated if persons with total laryngectomy reported receiving adequate education and counseling before an…
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ID31514626Published Date2019-10-01JournalNursing science quarterly, 2019-10-01, Volume 32
The authors of this column consider the subject of collaboration in terms of healthcare practice, research, and education. To that end, the concept of pragmatism is discussed as a precursor to collaboration followed by consideration of specific instances of collaboration in practice, research, and education. Additionally, the consequences of collaboration are discussed.
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IDDOI:10.1093/jahist/jaz641Published Date2019-12-01JournalJournal of American History, 2019-12-01, Volume 106
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ID30032701Published Date2019-02-01JournalMemory (Hove, England), 2019-02-01, Volume 27
We examined symptoms of disordered eating in the context of autobiographical memory via a phenomenon termed the Fading Affect Bias (FAB). The FAB is the tendency for the affect elicited by thinking about positive past events to fade slower than the affect elicited by thinking about negative past events. In Study 1 via an online survey procedure (Event = 714), and via a booklet laboratory procedure in both Study 2 (Event = 916) and Study 3 (Event = 516) each participant described six (Studies …
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ID30609686Published Date2019-01-01JournalAntioxidants (Basel, Switzerland), 2019-01-01, Volume 8
Though the pathogenesis of Alzheimer's Disease (AD) is not completely elucidated, it is generally accepted that the aggregation of toxic amyloid-β (Aβ) protein fibrils plays a major role in the disease's onset and progression. Various phytoceutical compounds have been shown to attenuate Aβ toxicity and disrupt its aggregation, including various types of polyphenolic compounds. These polyphenolic compounds have also been found to demonstrate potent antioxidant activity, which may contribute to…
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ID29757109Published Date2019-01-01JournalDeath studies, 2019-01-01, Volume 43
The purpose of this qualitative descriptive study, underpinned by the humanbecoming paradigm, was to bring forth a deeper understanding about continuing bonds with a deceased spouse and describe the transformative process of losing a partner. Each of six participants dialogued with researchers on three to four occasions about the life and death of their loved one, continuing bonds with the deceased, struggles they have encountered, and dreams of the future. It was discovered that participants…
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IDDOI:10.1080/15252019.2019.1697126Published Date2019-09-02JournalJournal of Interactive Advertising, 2019-09-02, Volume 19
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ID30321048Published Date2018-11-01JournalPsychological review, 2018-11-01, Volume 125
Stereotypes, prejudices, and discriminatory behaviors directed toward people based on their sexual orientation vary broadly. Existing perspectives on sexual prejudice argue for different underlying causes, sometimes provide disparate or conflicting evidence for its roots, and typically fail to account for variances observed across studies. We propose an affordance management approach to understanding sexual prejudice, which weds the fundamental motives theory with the sociofunctional threat-b…
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